The Samsung Galaxy Note II might have been released now, but Samsung hasn't forgotten where it all began. The Korean company are rumoured to be releasing Android Jelly Bean for the original Galaxy Note in December.
Fresh information, reported by SamMobile, suggests that Samsung will begin rolling out Android Jelly Bean to unlocked Galaxy Notes in December. They also posted a leaked video showing the operating system running on Samsung's hybrid device, although it was in French.
The even better news is that it look like the Galaxy Note will be getting the very latest version of Jelly Bean. Version 4.1.2 of Google's operating system brings support for one-finger notification expansion, AirPlay and Multiview. Additionally, Galaxy Note owners will also get Samsung's Nature UX interface as part of the update.
Thanks to the release of the Galaxy Note II you can now pickup the original pretty cheaply and it's still a great device. Infact, in our review of the smartphone we concluded that "The Samsung Galaxy Note is a fantastic device that offers a host of features and great power".
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